Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today’s Groupon: for $26, you get dinner for two at Kahunaville Island Restaurant & Party Bar, located in the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino (up to a $53.96 value). The meal includes:
- Two side salads (a $2.99 value each)
- Two entrees (up to a $23.99 value each)<p>
Teeming with 22 flat-screen TVs, a troupe of 12 bottle-twilling bartenders, and live tunes, Kahunaville styles itself as “the original Las Vegas party bar.” The rollicking eatery serves up a menu of island-tinged fare, starting dining duos with side salads before making way for entrees including an arsenal of phalange fillers, such as the teriyaki-ginger flank steak ($21.99) or a lanai chicken pasta ($21.99), which combines a marinated chicken breast with a spicy sun-dried tomato Cajun-cream sauce. The aromatic flavors of fresh chopped garlic, roma tomatoes, and chardonnay waft from a plate of shrimp pomodoro ($22.99), and tropical zests of pineapple and coconut shellac juicy cuts of battered poultry in the piña-colada-chicken entree ($23.99). Diners can customize stir-fry meals with their choice of chicken ($19.99), steak ($21.99), or shrimp and chicken ($23.99), all of which canoodle with a hodgepodge of vegetables atop a fluffy mound of jasmine rice.
Though not included with this deal, Kahunaville treats thirsty throats to an intoxicating stream of tropical cocktails and frozen margaritas served underneath the electric green glow of giant leaves sprouting from the ceiling. Throughout the week, live music urges patrons to their feet with tunes from bands such as Coverplay and Atomic Milkshake, and strategically placed high-definition TVs broadcast big events, including UFC fights and State of the Union smackdowns.
Kahunaville Island Restaurant
Burrowed inside Treasure Island Hotel and Casino is Kahunaville Island Restaurant—a triple-threat dining, drinking, and party venue boasting big-island flair-style bartending and an epic selection of rums. The flashy mixologists "transcend the typical role of a bartender and become a source of entertainment," writes Justin Lawson for Vegas.com. Bedazzled bartenders such as Essie from Stockholm and Nicola from Milan turn ordering a tropical cocktail into an acrobatic exhibition of flipping bottles, throwing flames, and convincing pimento olives to jump rope. Meanwhile, seasoned chefs whip up eclectic eats that feature Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Asian flavors sprinkled over steaks, seafood, and burgers.
The restaurant sports a tiki-hut motif, its faux palm leaves shading diners as they nosh at vibrant tables of blue, green, yellow, and orange patterns. A stone water wall glows phosphorescent, while stone pillars accept the snug embrace of flowery vines and confused tree-huggers. Outside, patrons enjoy mixed drinks on the patio under huge palm trees or beside a sapphire pool. On Wednesday–Sunday, DJs add an upbeat soundtrack while patrons dine and view sporting events on one of three projection screens or 22 HD flat-screen TVs.
Las Vegas, NV
3300 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109